IFP eThekwini member of the Executive of the eThekwini Municipality, Cllr Mdu Nkosi, has expressed his grave concern regarding the unfair selection of employment of female Firefighters in the municipality, after the training that took place in the past week.
"We as the IFP suspected that some people are fulfilling their own purpose by using employment seekers when they to carry out their immoral intentions and playing with the feelings of these people who had hoped to get a job. We are very disappointed that the municipality has played with people's emotions," said Cllr Nkosi.
"What happened to the young women who were looking for a job was deliberately planned from within, and it clearly shows that those who were doing the training had already selected their own list, which fulfilled their own corrupt purpose, by using these women to go through the training but knowing very well that they will not allow them to finish, by avoiding them to enter at City Hall to write the training test without giving them a reasonable explanation. Also the municipality failed to give them answers," continued Cllr Nkosi.
"In conclusion as the IFP we demand the Municipal Manager, Mr. Sibusiso Sithole to conduct an investigation into this matter. We also need answers so that the image of eThekwini municipality is not tarnished by unacceptable conduct of the individuals involved," concluded Cllr Nkosi.
IFP eThekwini caucus leader in eThekwini Municipality,
Cllr Mdu Nkosi, 076 133 1382
Thabisile Mkhize, IFP Media Liaison Officer, 073 522 1786